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February 7, 2013 The Who: The young fashion crowd could be found front row, from Teen Vogue's Style Features Director, Andrew Bevan, to the Glamourai blogger, Kelly Framel. The What: New age English country side pieces played a key role, from
It appears to just be an ugly black shirt tucked into weird-length black pants.
Fashion observers at UK underwear and swimwear site deadgoodundies.com have found that men buy more colourful underwear when the economy is booming, but return to their failsafe white, black and grey when there is a downturn. When times are tough,
The girls want to wear trousers but the Asiana Airlines insists that they look more attractive in skirts!! This is an example of blatant gender discrimination that is being followed by the Asiana Airlines of South Korea which states
Enjoying some fresh air and milder weather, Anna Paquin treated herself to some retail therapy in Venice, California on Monday (February 4). Joined by one of her baby twins, the True Blood babe hit up several stores to search for some new clothes and
Men, on the other hand, look for well-fitting, designer trunks to channel the David Beckham look. What's more, according to the latest sales statistics released by Debenhams which conducted the research, the pants gap is growing...The survey shows
February 6, 2013 (Issue # 1745) French Minister for Womens Rights Najat Vallaud-Belkacem has repealed a law dating from 1800 banning Parisian women from wearing trousers in public places, Interfax reported, citing French media.
FoxNews.com One of the world's most fashionable cities can no longer skirt the issue -- ladies want to wear pants, too. France's Minister of Women's Rights, Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, repealed last week an over 200-year-old law in Paris that said police
Paris women can finally wear trousers now '+google_ads[i].line2 +' '+google_ads[i].line3 + ' PTI : Paris, Mon Feb 04 2013, 17:24 hrs Women in Paris can finally wear trousers without fear of criminal prosecution after the government said a more than
A new law came into effect in France, banning women from wearing full-face veils in public. The law produced quite a controversial effect and risks igniting social tension in the country...The archaic ban, though not executed, has been a pain for